Fayetteville City Reporter
The summer's first heat advisory came Thursday and will continue into the weekend.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Residents who live near Gulley Park soon will have a two-way bicycle track to go along with a number of ongoing improvements on Old Wire Road.
A piece of property on Dickson Street that has served as a magnet of controversy eventually will have something on it other than parking spaces.
FAYETTEVILLE -- A proposal to rezone a stretch of College Avenue will go back to the drawing board so city planners can try to strike a balance between what neighbors want and standards for appropriate development.
A City Council member announced Wednesday his bid for a spot with the state House of Representatives and a sitting House member passed on a state Senate run to stay on as representative of his district.
FAYETTEVILLE -- The Planning Commission on Monday tabled again a proposal to expand Morgan Manor so the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development can answer a question from City Attorney Kit Williams about the project.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Now that 7 Hills Homeless Center has gotten its feet under it and has a plan for the future its chief executive officer has decided to move onto something new.
A mix of homes and shops could accompany a proposed extension of Rolling Hills Drive to Arkansas 265 on the north side of town.
The same folks who brought a giant owl to the side of a decrepit building off the square, catching eyes and prompting numerous selfies, will soon create five more murals or installations around town.
Things are rolling now that the library has closed on its deal to buy the old City Hospital land, the site of its future 80,000-square-foot expansion.